Windows 7 Anytime Upgrade retail boxing revealed

AeroXperience's Bryant Zadegan has got his hands on an exclusive look at the Windows 7 Anytime Upgrade retail boxing. Those who are familiar with the Windows Vista Anytime Upgrade will remember that it was only pushed online, but Zadegan says that "Microsoft will indeed be pushing Anytime Upgrade through retail channels."

On Tuesday, Microsoft unveiled the final design for the regular retail box. The anytime upgrade boxes are the same shape and design as the full version or regular upgrade boxes, except slightly smaller since they just contain a product key used to migrate Windows 7 from Home Premium to Professional or Ultimate from within the Windows 7 control panel.

More images are available over at the AeroXperience Blog.

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